The documentary The House of Suh, like many good mystery books, begins with a murder. The film follows the Suh family, piecing through the motives which led Catherine Suh to hire her own brother, Andrew, to shoot her fiance. If you didn’t get a chance to watch this chilling documentary at a film festival or university screening, now is your chance to catch it on TV. Last year, director Iris Shim and producer Gerry Kim released the documentary to various film festivals in North America. XXXTine spoke with Iris about the film, and now it will be shown nationally on MSNBC. Tune in Sunday, July 17th at 10pm EST.
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